|Version: 4MLinux Allinone Edition 5.1|
Date: 11 Mar 2013, 12:23 GMT
|GUI: Features: Ease of use: Value: |
I followed the instructions that zk1234 was kind enough to provide:
Read this: http://4mlinux.com/login.txt
As far as I can read, the password has to be changed only once. Why? Because the next line starts with root@........
If I put a short password in, already it tells me, pw too short. So I put in a long one.
When it asks for pw, I type it in. It tells me : password not found.
I repeated this procedure 6 times in more or less slightly different ways, e.g. type the initial "password-change" twice instead of once. Actually, I put the "password-change" in parenthesis because I actually didn't change anything. If I changed something, what was the password before? If there was a password before and had the compiler left it as it was and told me the password in the general description of the distro, then I would be able to get in.
Talk about passwords. For love or money I can't see any reason whatsoever to even put a password onto something that's to be put into memory. Who is going to steal what? Who could possibly do something "illegal" without password? If I was programmer or compiler, I would compile the distro in such a way, that the distro loads into memory without password. Upon installing the distro, one could program an option in - to setup an user-account with password, although that option could be deferred until setup is complete, everything is working well and then set up a password? What's wrong with this approach?
I also noticed during the loading of the distro into memory the following (100 times over) : Installing......etc. etc. etc.
I don't think it was installing anything at all. It might have been "unpacking" something but definitely NOT installing. If it was installing, where did it install it to?
I still haven't seen anything of this distro, except the nice sample-photo with Softpedia :))